Wolfgang Gartner Gets Eclectic in Set From HARD LA

California DJ cranks the volume on mix from EDM fest

Wolfgang Gartner
Sebastian Kim
November 29, 2012 9:00 AM ET

HARD has become one of America's largest dance music festivals, reaching from New York City to Los Angeles. Here, Wolfgang Gartner cranks the volume at November 10th's HARD LA at the Hollywood Palladium. The California DJ-producer throws up an eclectic mix featuring Pink Floyd, Nicki Minaj, Tiësto, Deadmau5 and more. Don't be fooled by the diverse set list – this, of course, goes hard.

Wolfgang Gartner Live At HARD LA
1) [INTRO] Pink Floyd, "Run Like Hell," vs. Pink Floyd, "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 1," vs. Rhythm Masters, "Heavy Soul (Steve Mac Dark Dub)" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
2) Cryogenix, "Fire Like This" (Daddys Groove Rebeats)
3) Vitodito and Total Sound, "Lava," vs. Baggi Begovic and Chocolate Puma ft. Mitch Crown, "Solarianism (a cappella)" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
4) Tom Staar, "Faces" [Unreleased / Kindergarten Recordings], vs. Undisputed Truth, "Smiling Faces Sometimes"
5) Richard Dinsdale and Hook n Sling ft. Sam Obernik, "Edge Of The Earth (Tommy Trash Remix)
6) Ron Carroll and Alex Kenji, "Good Time (Firebeatz Remix)," vs. Eric Prydz, "Proper Education," vs. Pink Floyd, "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
7) Baskerville, "Leecher" [Edit]
8) Gregor Salto, "Azumba," vs. Rene Kuppens, "Star Drumz," vs. Nas, "The Don," vs. Warrior One, "Bullring Ting (a cappella)" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
9) Wolfgang Gartner, "Space Junk"
10) Matteo DiMarr, "Zilla" [Edit]
11) Wolfgang Gartner, "818"
12) Switch and Erol Alkan, "A Sydney Jook (Bok Bok Remix)," vs. Vatican Swag, "Flush Dat" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
13) Dirty 30 ft. Melleefresh, "Beautiful Rich & Horny" (Starkillers Remix) [Edit]
14) Martin Volt and NO_ID, "Zelda," vs. Mr. Robotic, "Don't Wanna Leave (DJ Bam Bam Vocal Loop) [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
15) A-Divizion and Joe Ghost, "Zero Tolerance" vs. Notorious B.I.G., "Hypnotize (Instrumental)," vs. Fatman Scoop, "If Ya Love Hip Hop" (a cappella) [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
16) Wolfgang Gartner, "Girl On Boy," vs. Nicki Minaj and Big Sean, "Dance A$$" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
17) Wolfgang Gartner and Tom Staar, "Evil Lurks" (Unreleased)
18) Antonio Giacca, "Majestic" [Edit]
19) Al Bizzare ft. Alateya, "Desire (Wolfgang Gartner Re-Edit)," vs. Cevin Fisher, "The Way We Used To" (a cappella) [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
20) Dvas, "Questions (Adam K Remix)"
21) Mord Fustang, "The Majestic," vs. Daft Punk, "Prime Time of Your Life" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
22) Deadmau5 and Wolfgang Gartner, "Channel 42"
23) Wolfgang Gartner, "Love & War"
24) Wolfgang Gartner ft. Medina, "Overdose" (Unreleased)
25) Miike Snow, "Paddling Out (Wolfgang Gartner Remix)"
26) Wolfgang Gartner - "Redline" [Short Edit]
27) Total Sound and Blinders, "Minoga"
28) Charlie Darker, "Pacific"
29) Wolfgang Gartner, "Menage a Trois"
30) Digitalism, "Falling" [Edit]
31) Tiesto and Wolfgang Gartner, "We Own the Night"
32) Stan Kolev and Chris Reece, "Miami Device," vs. Beastie Boys and Santigold - "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" (a cappella), vs. Big Pun, "Still Not a Player" [Wolfgang Gartner Bootleg]
33) Wolfgang Gartner, "Nuke"
34) Wolfgang Gartner, "Anaconda" (Unreleased)
35) Wolfgang Gartner, "Illmerica" [Short Edit]
36) Conro, "Axiom" [Unreleased / Kindergarten Recordings]
37) Wolfgang Gartner, "Flexx"

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